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Quartet of videos from Apple demonstrate key iPhone photography features

Four new videos from Apple educate users on Key Photos, Depth Control, Stage Light Mono, and how to search for photos, all on an iPhone.




All of the videos published on Tuesday evening are in the portrait orientation, and are obviously intended to be viewed on an iPhone. On all of the new videos, Apple suggests users to to the landing page for the topic at Apple.com for more information.

Key Photo



The first video is a walkthrough of selecting a Key Photo in a Live Photos session.



Depth Control



Diving a little deeper, the second video demonstrates depth control. Specifically, Apple says that users can use "Depth Control while shooting in Portrait mode to selectively add more impact to your subject."

Depth Control was highlighted in an advertisement published on Feb. 15, called "Bokeh'd."



Stage Light Mono



Stage Light Mono will generate a different effect than the regular Portrait feature that first debuted with iOS 11 and the iPhone X.



Searching for photos



While a photo search seems to be the most self-evident feature, Tuesday's video demonstrates practically how to search for a specific subject, and other machine language identified objects.



The four videos added to the series bring the count of Apple-generated iPhone photo tutorials to 29.